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    InnaLabs® develops and manufactures tactical grade Coriolis Vibratory Gyroscopes (CVG) and high-performance, Quartz Servo Accelerometers for a wide range of demanding applications. We are a...
  • News - 10 Nov 2011
    Analog Devices (ADI) have launched a new tactical grade iSensor digital MEMS gyroscope, ADIS16136. The new gyroscope is extremely lightweight and provides a bias stability of 3.5° per hour...
  • News - 21 Dec 2010
    Farnell is marketing Sensor Technologies’ SAR10 and SAR10H gyro sensors featuring a ButterflyGyro MEMS die and a BiCMOS mixed mode ASIC, enclosed in a SOIC package for automated production...
  • News - 14 May 2010
    Analog Devices has introduced an advanced, high-performance MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) gyroscope called the ADXRS450 iMEMS for angular sensing applications. The ADXRS450 iMEMS,...
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    U.S. Dynamics Corporation (USD) has over 50 years of experience providing products and services to support the commercial, avionics, scientific and defense industries. USD is a unique company which...
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    Hitachi Cable America Inc. (HCA) is an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Metals, Ltd., a global manufacturer of high-grade metal products with customers in the computer, automotive and...
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    STMicroelectronics produces one of the industry’s broadest ranges of semiconductor products, from discrete diodes and transistors through complex System-on-Chip (SoC) devices to complete...
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    For innovation that matches your imagination, there’s only Honeywell Sensing and Internet of Things. With more than 50,000 products ranging from snap action, limit, toggle and pressure switches...
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    Systron Donner Inertial supplies the world’s highest performance MEMS Inertial Sensors & Systems. Our quartz MEMS Gyroscopes, Accelerometers, Inertial Measurement Units and GPS/INS products...
  • News - 30 Jun 2011
    Gleichmann Electronics is offering a micromechanical six degrees of freedom i.e. 6DoF sensor developed by SensorDynamics. The sensor consumes 6 mA current in a normal operation mode, whereas in...